There are 2 main translations of nought in Spanish:

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nought 1

American English: /nɔt/
British English: /nɔːt/

noun

(especially British English)
  • 1.1 (zero) I got nought out of ten for spelling
    saqué un cero en ortografía
    Example sentences
    • When the money came through, I went to the cash machine, pressed that little button and saw all the noughts come up at the end.
    • Smailes added: ‘It will add two or three noughts to the value of a painting.’
    • In pre-euro days, Italians had little confidence in the lira - and no wonder, with all those absurd noughts that required a focusing of the eyes on the dinner bill.
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nought 2

adverb

  • (especially British English) naught9

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